[WATCH] Blessing of Palm fronds will kick off Holy Week celebrations on Sunday
The Catholic church enters its most important liturgical week as it celebrates the suffering, death and resurrection of Christ
Tunnel project: Gozo Business Chamber tells MPs to get on with it
The Gozo Business Chamber has urged the government and Opposition to sustain their commitment towards the Gozo subsea tunnel
Updated | Hermann Schiavone suspends himself from PN parliamentary group over Fenech meeting

Nationalist MP will become independent after suspending himself from PN group over meeting with Electrogas shareholder

Nationalist MP will become independent after suspending...

Tax refunds on the way

People who worked in 2017 will start receiving a tax refund in the coming days ranging from €40 to €68 depending on the applicable tax rate

People who worked in 2017 will start receiving a tax refund...

On Facebook, the Maltese far right takes aim at the media coverage of the Souleyman murder

Amid the Facebook images of pro-life messages and support for crucifixes, the Maltese far right attacks the media and NGOs for suggesting a racial motivation...

Amid the Facebook images of pro-life messages and support...

Blankets, socks, shoes and supplies delivered to stranded migrant rescue ship

The rescue ship Alan Kurdi has received relief supplies from Malta-based NGO MOAS as it remains stranded in international waters with 64 migrants on board

The rescue ship Alan Kurdi has received relief supplies...

Fears that mysterious murder of Ivorian could be ‘crime aimed at instilling terror’

‘If this was a racially-motivated incident, Malta would be called upon to face far more than an act of assault, but far graver crime aimed at instilling...

‘If this was a racially-motivated incident, Malta...

Shortage of 8,000 parking spaces in 2018

Developers paid over €10 million in fines for not providing parking spaces on new developments

Developers paid over €10 million in fines for not...

No breach of rights for man who streamed committal by police on Facebook

The Commissioner of Mental Health found no breach of rights when police were called in to commit Mario Portelli to Mount Carmel Hospital

The Commissioner of Mental Health found no breach of rights...

Watchdog looks into magistrate’s ‘inappropriate’ recommendations on bird trapping

The Commission for the Administration of Justice will be investigating comments made by Magistrate Joe Mifsud in a court decree on illegal trapping

The Commission for the Administration of Justice will be...

Lorraine Schembri Orland is Malta’s judge at the European Court of Human Rights

Judge Lorraine Schembri Orland is the first female judge from Malta on the Strasbourg court

Judge Lorraine Schembri Orland is the first female judge...

Customs seize container carrying €2.7 million worth of cocaine, two days after a 91.2kg haul

515.2kg of cocaine, worth almost €58 million, have been seized so far this year

515.2kg of cocaine, worth almost €58 million,...

Parties divided over future of mini local councils

PN insists a legal notice on administrative committees will weaken the...

PN insists a legal notice on administrative committees...

Unorthodox move by Labour to get parliamentary support for Gozo tunnel

A motion presented by ministers Ian Borg and Justyne Caruana seeks parliament’s backing for the Gozo tunnel project

A motion presented by ministers Ian Borg and Justyne...

Government collecting €360,000 a month from tourist eco-tax

According to figures tabled in parliament €4.5 million were collected...

According to figures tabled in parliament €4.5 million...

[WATCH] Tuna bribery allegations probed by special committee, parliamentary secretary says

Parliamentary secretary Clint Camilleri said the government was awaiting a report by a specialised committee tasked with reviewing the department and its...

Parliamentary secretary Clint Camilleri said the government...

Customs discovers €35,000 in undeclared cash on airport passenger

A Georgian national has had €25,000 of his cash seized, pending...

A Georgian national has had €25,000 of his cash...

Malta calls for EU unity in Libya crisis

The latest developments in Libya call for level-headedness, restraint and a political solution, Maltese government says

The latest developments in Libya call for level-headedness,...

New cremation law will prohibit sale of person’s remains

The proposed law will also allow for people to tell authorities...

The proposed law will also allow for people to tell...

Attorney General dismisses calls for parallel public inquiry into Caruana Galizia murder

Addressing the Council of Europe, Attorney General Peter Grech said there was no legal basis to claims that a failure to hold such an inquiry constituted a...

Addressing the Council of Europe, Attorney General Peter...